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WordPress is one of the most commonly used blogging engines and can be quite cumbersome to resolve issues when trying to set it up on Azure Websites. In this blog post, we have addressed some of common issues with WordPress and ways to resolve them.
By now you’ve probably had a chance to experiment with all the great features of Azure Automation through the Azure Portal – authoring runbooks and creating assets, starting jobs manually and on schedules, importing integration modules and viewing job output. Now what if I told you, you could do all these things and more easily and programmatically from the command line? Whether you want to use Azure Automation completely headless, or you’re just looking to script a few key actions like bulk runbook import, the Azure Automation cmdlets are for you.
It has been only two months since my TechEd session on Azure Security, where we announced several new partner security…
In this post, I will cover some basic concepts for creating high-quality runbooks in Azure Automation. The concepts covered in this post are: defining input parameters, defining output type, and how to call child runbooks from within a runbook.
WordPress needs no introduction and is the fastest growing Open source CMS solution which allows you to quickly create dynamic website. The more plugins, content and customizations you add to your WordPress site, can start slowing your WordPress site. In this blog post we will showcase tips and tricks to speed up your WordPress site.
Azure Automation allows you to automate the creation, deployment, monitoring, and maintenance of resources in your Azure environment using a…
Introduction Azure Automation can be great for managing Azure resources and 3rd party systems, but what if you want to…
Getting started with reverse DNS for Azure Cloud Services using PowerShell
Azure VM Custom Script Extension allows you to leverage the power of PowerShell to implement various configuration automation scenarios. In this post we present a sample scenario of configuring SQL Server 2014 backup using Custom Script Extension.